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Gorham startup seeks to preserve family memories through digital archive system

Dylan Martin |

It was in January 2012 when Pamela Castrucci, an assistant vice president and managing counsel at Unum, learned that her friend’s 7-year-old son lost his last chance of...

Portland waterfront plan raises concerns

Some residents are expressing concerns over a developer’s proposal to construct buildings as tall as 65 feet in a Portland waterfront property sought for...

Anthropologie to open first Maine store

Anthropologie, a national upscale retailer that sells clothing, jewelry and home decor, is planning next year to open a store in downtown Portland, its first-ever location in...

Falmouth finds support for curbing plastic bags

An election day survey in Falmouth has found a majority of respondents would support town regulations to curb single-use plastic shopping bags.

Report: Navy complacent in Portsmouth sub fire

Navy investigators have concluded that the Navy’s response to the May 2012 nuclear submarine fire at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard showed it had become complacent about...

Biddeford touts $50M mill redevelopment plan

Biddeford officials announced on Thursday a $50 million redevelopment plan by a private developer to convert the Lincoln Mill into apartments, a hotel and restaurants.

Portland Food Co-op membership tops 2,000

Lori Valigra |

Membership in the Portland Food Co-op is nudging toward 2,100, exceeding

Portland Phoenix bought by Portland newspaper

Dylan Martin |

The Portland Phoenix alternative weekly newspaper is no longer at risk of shutting down after announcing Wednesday that it has been purchased by a new owner.

State official hints at possible sale of Old Town mill

A senior forest products adviser at the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development is reporting that a buyer has been found for the Old Town Fuel and Fiber mill that closed...

DEP delays Downeaster permit meeting

The proposed Amtrak Downeaster layover facility in Brunswick faces yet another delay by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, this time a postponement of...